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Friday, April 19, 2019
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Sunday, Muddy Sunday
Sunday, Muddy Sunday
The ground may have been soggy behind Nuttall Middle School, but that didn't prevent a soccer match between Robinson youths and a visiting team from Olney Sunday. (Randy Harrison photo)

Unit 2 looks at staff additions, OKs 2nd officer
A new teacher, a new school resource officer, a new administrator and a new class are among the items Robinson Unit 2 is looking at for the upcoming school year.

Unit 2 board members Monday reviewed ideas presented by the program evaluation committee to consider for inclusion in next year's budget.


Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Local News

Oblong sports boosters report $41K for district last year, plan for 2019
The Oblong Sports Boosters continue their work providing athletic opportunities in the Unit 4 school district.

Sports boosters president Rick Potts gave a rundown of his groups activities to the Unit 4 Board of Education and told them a few of their plans for next year.
• Signup day for local Head Start program April 18
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• Hutsonville Village Board gives approval to plan beer tent at River Fest

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Lady Maroons 1st, Pal-Hut 3rd, OHS 4th
Another dominating performance from Robinson High School's girls' track team led to another big win for the Lady Maroons Tuesday (April 2).

Robinson won 12 events and cruised to a win in a four-team meet on the RHS track. The Lady Maroons finished the meet with 121 points, while Cumberland was a distant second with 75. Fellow Crawford County squads Palestine-Hutsonville (44) and Oblong (15) rounded out the field.

• Maroons win, Pal-Hut 3rd, OHS 4th
• Statesmen roll past Frontier en route to doubleheader sweep
• Lady Panthers win, Panthers fall at Dieterich
• Robinson boys' tennis team holds on for 5-4 victory over Effingham

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Victims aren't only ones affected by sexual assault
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Sexual assault is a subject that is not discussed frequently, it occurs more often than most realize. At Counseling and Information for Sexual Assault/Abuse, we provide services to help survivors and their families deal with the after-effects.

One in five women and one in 71 men will be sexually assaulted in their lifetime. One in four girls and one in six boys will be sexually abused by age 17. These survivors often do not seek help, or speak about their abuse. Eighty percent of perpetrators are people the survivor knows.
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